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You don't know who you're responding to. You should note... - sm

Posted: Jul 8th, 2018 - 2:58 pm In Reply to:

This is actually funny. I think most people here would consider me to be one of the conservatives who post here. (I don't think of myself that way, but there you go.)

I never said that I agreed with the driver of the car. I was merely pointing out that Good (the victim in the article) seemed to have escalated the confrontation in a way that was both unnecessary and dangerous to himself.

Did I not clearly state, had Good not approached the car (not escalated the situation) he could have captured video of the driver and the car and turned that over to police?

I also gave my reasons for believing that Good did indeed approach the car and acted recklessly. If someone punched you through the open driver's side window of your car, wouldn't you drive away? What better option do you have?

The fact that the article portrays Good as the victim indicates to me that the author and probably the publication is biased.

You should be embarrassed by your clearly demonstrated lack of reading comprehension.

(FYI. I'm the same person who posted about Marc Lamont Hill and the MAGA hat incident. Link below.)



LINK/URL: You don't know who you're responding to. You should note...

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